This is a really, really good deal on an electric toothbrush. The jump from manual to electric can be intimidating—especially when it comes to cost. If you’ve been thinking about trying out an electric toothbrush, but aren’t sure about the investment, this is a great way to try it out.
This base model still has the same sonic technology as higher end Sonicare models that go for upwards of $100.
Who’s this good for?
Sonic waves — the technology that Sonicare made popular in electric toothbrushes — go beyond just the bristles to break up bacteria. This is especially helpful for anyone with gum recession, which is why this is one of my go-to recommendations for the over 40 crowd (and a brush that I use daily myself).
If you’ve been getting poor scores at your dental cleanings, I’d recommend giving the sonic technology a go and see if it works for you. I’ve seen Sonicare work well for my patients who are struggling with their brushing technique and need the extra assistance from the sonic waves.
Dr. Mark Burhenne
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